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STEM Fair grants provide $1,000 to organize a STEM Fair in a Terra Fairs county. Each fair’s projects advance to regional to compete for cash awards, commendations and state, national and international advancement. For info and application
Capacity Building Grants fund projects and materials to build long-term capacity at K-12 schools or educational non-profits. These might include reusable equipment for a robotics or engineering club, classroom technology, etc. For info and application
Have you students who want to do STEM projects so they can advance to regional STEM fairs but do not know how? Apply for a STEM fellowship and gain funding plus step-by-step guidance on project selection, the research process, and project submission. For info and application
If you represent a NYS ISEF-affiliated regional STEM Fair which could use more support, consider a Terra Fair Partnership. You and your committee continue to conduct your fair; Terra simply pays for the international fees and brings your Finalists to ISEF and the GENIUS Olympiad.